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It’s time for another installment of DMVPN interoperability testing between VyOS (Hub) and Cisco (Spoke).
Once the warrior is no longer needed – once he becomes a relic of war – when it seems peace will prevail, he is mocked for being a savage, mocked for being a monster.
User feedback about VyOS DMVPN not working correctly when hosted at AWS (Appears to be a NAT-Traversal issue). Let’s test it…
Last night, I spun up a Cisco CSR on my home hypervisor so that I could do some mixed environment (Cisco & VyOS) interoperability testing.
VyOS DMVPN environment
I added the crypto and tunnel configurations to the test environment today, and have some preliminary numbers.
I completed setting up the test environment I described in the previous post. As I described, this is what I have sitting out there right now, utilizing some newly added capacity at a couple of co-lo sites.